Err, the title is almost a summary itself. Based on the true story of a Texas mom who tries to hire a hitman (through her ex's brother) to kill either or both a cheerleader and her mother. With the intended victims out of the way, Wanda's daughter gets the chance to become a cheerleader. When the media get hold of the story, Wanda's trial turns into a media circus. Written by
She wanted to give her daughter the best shot at being a cheerleader... The things you do for your kids.
Did You Know?
Someone discusses possibility of an exploding baton, an in-joke reference to gag from director Michael Ritchie
's 1975 movie Smile
(1975). See more
Wanda's voice on tape describes Verna's vehicle as a "1995 Grand Marquis." The film takes place in 1991. See more
But hey, so how're you gonna end this?
Himself - Producer
Uh, I don't know, we haven't finished the script yet.
Huh... well... it's not fair. I hope you know that. I've been shafted before, I can get shafted again, over and over.
credits end with "Finally, no spiders or cheerleaders were killed in the making of this movie" See more
Features A Current Affair
Why Does There Have to Be a Song at the End?
Lyrics by Alan Bergman
and Marilyn Bergman
Music by Lucy Simon
Sung by Ellen Bernfeld
Arranged by John Miller
and Alex Shantzis See more